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  • James Trimm
    Coming Soon: I have just completed a new book: RUACH EMET : How the New Testament was originally written in Hebrew and Aramaic, and how it was translated into
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 2, 2005
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      Coming Soon:

      I have just completed a new book:

      RUACH EMET : How the New Testament was originally written in Hebrew and
      Aramaic, and how it was translated into Greek.

      It is 137 pages in an 8 1/2 x 11 and as a trade paperback would be about
      200 pages.

      This book will demonstrate conclusively the the New Testament was
      originally written in Hebrew and Aramaic and that it was later translated
      into Greek. It will also demonstrate that:

      1. The Aramaic of the Old Syriac most closely agrees with the original
      Aramaic.

      2. The Greek "Western" type of text is the oldest, most original, most
      Semitic type of Greek text type and that the Alexandrian and Greek
      manuscript types express revisions towards smoother Greek.

      3. The Aramaic of the Peshitta resulted in revision of the Old Syriac
      toward greater agreement with these Alexandrian and Byzantine types of
      Greek texts.

      4. The Hebrew Versions of Matthew (DuTillet, Munster, Quinquarbus and
      Shem Tob) as well as the Hebrew of Hebrews (Munster) descend from the
      original Hebrew of these books.

      This book will also demonstrate how this informatiuon can help us beeter
      understand the "New Testament", shedding light on passages that do not
      make sense at all in Greek but only in the Hebrew and Aramaic.

      I will update you all as soon when a publication date is better known.
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